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EmblemHealth Selects RedBrick Health to Power its Next-Generation Health Engagement and Behavior Change System
Date:1/15/2014

ibed. Using its patent-pending authoring platform, the RedBrick behavior design lab will provide EmblemHealth members nearly 50 Journey titles across an array of focus areas including physical activity, nutrition, weight loss, healthy sleep, healthy back, healthy blood pressure, healthy cholesterol, living with diabetes and living with asthma.

"As part of our commitment to improve the health and wellbeing of our members, we offer this program because we know establishing healthy habits can be difficult. We hope that through an engaging digital experience, members will feel empowered and take pride in the healthy choices they make throughout the year and the good health outcomes that result," said Karen Smith-Hagman, vice president, medical management for EmblemHealth. "The approach RedBrick Health takes to this challenge represents just one of the ways we are innovating to enhance members experience and member health."

"We applaud EmblemHealth in taking a leadership role in re-inventing the way they approach helping members get and stay healthy," said Dan Ryan, chief executive officer for RedBrick Health. "We're honored to have the opportunity to work with the EmblemHealth team and look forward to a long, productive partnership in creating positive improvements in health and wellbeing across their diverse membership, including individual, group and exchange markets."

About RedBrick Health
RedBrick Health is a health engagement and behavior change technology company that helps employers and health insurers reinvigorate their health and wellness programs. The company combines financial accountability, clinical and behavioral insight, social and game mechanics and powerful data analytics to create a personalized and persuasive experience delivered through web, mobile and live interactions. As a result, RedBrick drives healthy behaviors, better outcomes and stronger returns on everyone's
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